The Ambassadors (4)

The Ambassadors (4)

A blue-eyed soul group from Lancaster, Pennsylvania, originally formed as The Seven Dwarfs (who recorded 'Stop Girl'). They became the Ambassadors in 1964.

The " Too Much of a Good Thing " session was recorded in Philadelphia (for Pee Vee owned by Pancho Villa) with the following personnel:

Bill Parmer (bass), Bobby Bitts. (drummer), Bob Weaver and Mike Sultzbach (sax), Tony Purcell (trumpet), Don Hodgen & Rick Reardon (vocals), Burton (piano), Eric Spitzer (guitar).


The Ambassadors (4) Discography Tracks

Singles & EPs

1000 The Ambassadors (4) Too Much Of A Good Thing(7", Single) Pee Vee Records 1000 US 1965 Sell This Version
L-3500 The Ambassadors (4) Pork Chops / Too Young For Me(7", Single) Fleet Records (2) L-3500 US Unknown Sell This Version

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